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In cubase go to "Devices", there select "Device Setup", in the Device
Setup windows go to "VST Audio System", on the top right you will see
the "ASIO Driver" drop down menu, click it and select your sound card
from the list. Also take a look into VST Connections.
I assume you mean you CAN'T get volume back afer hitting MUTE on the remote. I also assume you have tried to hit MUTE again, and INCREASE VOLUME and they also do not work. Easiest first try is to change remote batteries and clean battery contacts, and cross your fingers. If you are using a programmable Universal Remote, you may need to try an alternate programming code ... sometimes the wrong code allows some functions to work and not others. If you can get your hands on a second remote, try it again and if it works, then your first remote is broken. If not the remote, as a guess it sounds like the mute circuit is latching-up (the electrical equivalent of a stuck switch). This can be caused by anything from a bad transistor (or IC) to a bad capacitor to ground on the mute circuit. If you can locate the mute circuit on the board you can try replacing these parts (a transistor or capacitor are probably inexpensive enough to try - an IC is probably not worth it, and you will live without the convenience of a working mute). You can also try to reheat the solder joints on the circuit board for the Mute Circuit section of the board -- just re-liquify the solder and get a shiney connection. If you have a bad connection or cold solder joint it could cause the problem. Obviously, DO NOT TRY THIS IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO AVOID ELECTRICUTION - sets hold a pretty stiff charge even after unplugging them, and can really hurt if you get zapped.
I had the same problem programming my directv remote to recognize the ssc719c. What finally worked was programming AV1 (not 'TV') with the sylvania DVD code 20821. This allowed me to turn the tv on and off and change tv channels, but wouldn't allow me to mute or change the volume. To fix this, (at least in my case) you have to program your remote to recognize the volume and mute buttons in the AV1 slide setting. I assume other (non directv) remotes similarly disable the volume and mute buttons when the remote is not in satellite or tv mode. Anyway, here are the instructions that activated the volume & mute buttons on my remote: "Depending on how you set up your remote, the VOL and MUTE may control the volume only on your TV, regardless of the position of the MODE switch. This remote can be set up so that the VOL and MUTE keys work only with the component selected by the MODE switch. To enable this feature, perform the following steps: 1. Press and hold the MUTE and SELECT keys until the green light under the DIRECTV position flashes twice, then release both keys. 2. Using the number keys, enter 9-9-3. (The green light will flash twice after the 3.) 3. Press and release the VOL+ key. (The green light flashes 4 times.) Now the VOL and MUTE keys will work only for the component selected by the MODE switch position."
To sum up: if you find a code for your remote that will turn your tv on and off, but doesn't seem to do much of anything else, it's probably the right code; your remote is probably set up not to recognize volume or mute inputs in AV1 or AV2. You change that using a remote-specific code that's probably found somewhere on the remote maker's website.